cars suck computers suck

my browser knows about toronto highways

Thank you, I’m here all week …

goatee-stroking musing, or something

this might only work with my accent

Q: What do you call a geek with no clothes on?

A: Bernard.

(it’s payback for this one by Lewis Carroll.)

computers suck

dumb joke

Q: What is the little script-kiddy’s favourite movie?
A: 37

goatee-stroking musing, or something

v. poor joke

Q. What does Edward Woodward have so many D’s in his name?
A. Cos’ if he didn’t he would be “E-war Woo-war” !

goatee-stroking musing, or something Wind Things

windfarm or wind farm?

So how do you write it?

I use the former. Some people might say that the latter is more correct (one doesn’t refer to a pigfarm, after all), but we’re not really farming wind here. That we leave to the bean farmers (hohoho; I do believe that was the very same joke that Lord McAlpine used to use when showing bigwigs through the RES Ltd office in Hemel Hempstead).

I’d really prefer to use the term windpark, using the original meaning of park for an enclosed field. I guess it’s a bit European for most folks here, so it’s windfarm for me.

(One shouldn’t confuse a windfarm with WindFarm, the toolbox of choice for the leet wind haxx0r).

General sheesh!

small fame in the globe and mail

So I got printed in this week’s Globe & Mail Challenge, where one had to devise a brief joke that begins in the traditional way with someone or something going into a bar. Here’s my entry:

A gerund goes into a bar, and the bartender says, “What are you, drinking?”